There will be two images being discussed in this essay. The first image was called “9/11/2001” by Art Spiegelman and Francoise Mouly. The second image was “What So Proudly We Hailed” by Carter Goodrich. The reason these images were chosen was because they have many differences, but they also have a lot in common. This essay will contain the color, date, prices, color, and what are the similarities and differences between these two images. It will also contain what the meaning of these two images is. For example, in the first image “9/11/2001” the artists drew the twin tower and colored it in black. They also made the background a different shade of black so it might look like they twin towers and the background blend. Why would the artists decide to color the background black and the twin towers black as well? The dark background could symbolize how horrible this moment was for the people who were in this incident. Even the family member of the people Involved in the …show more content…
Art Spiegelman and Francoise Mouly image it doesn’t have as much detail as Goodrich 's image has. Goodrich’s image gives much more detail to talk about from the color to the meaning and the structure of the artwork. Art Spiegelman and Francoise Mouly image there are no flags, just two very tall buildings compared to Goodrich’s image where there is a car, a man, flags, and sighs. Making Art Spiegelman and Francoise Mouly image seem plain and boring more of a serious tone to it. On the other hand, even when they have a lot of differences they also many similar qualities. One example is that the titles are the exact same words, but different color and style of font “The New Yorker”. Art Spiegelman and Francoise Mouly image one of the twin towers has a peek at it and is slightly covering “New” in the title. In Goodrich image the flags on the taxi are covering
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This paper will discuss about the comparison between pearl harbor and 911. It will analyze, evaluate, and describe the responses the presidents had about these events. It will also investigate the roles that class, culture and religion played in these attacks that happened in the United States. After the 9/11 attacks a lot of newspapers from Boston to Bakersfield reached into the distance past to find the correct title so there headline was “A New Day of Infamy” The same verse that President Franklin Roosevelt used to describe the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
Many things have the same things in common, but also things that are different about one another. For instance Will Kane in the movie "High Noon" is a man who is very brave, but scared at the same time because of something he has done. Also in the book "The Most Dangerous Game" Rainsford is brave, but scared because of something he had no part of. " High Noon" and "T.M.D.G." are both similar and different at the same time.
The 9/11 Memorial Museum sits on 180 Greenwich Street in New York City directly where the twin towers used to sit. It was made commemorate the tragic event that happened on September 11, 2001. This is the first year that this event will be taught in history classes in high schools across the nation since this year’s high school freshman class was not born in 2001. I was about four years old when 9/11 happened and although I don’t remember when it happened it has impacted my life. It has helped me to understand the concept of History besides what is taught in our textbooks.
He focuses on strong contrast in colour and tone to express the overwhelming and eerie mood. The work is entirely black & white and monochrome which gives a solemn and intimidating effect, the black represents death and the unknown. Dix also etched out large white spaces to show the remains of the deceased and decaying flesh. Their is intense juxtaposition between the skull and the hollow space where the eyes should be. This represents not only death in general but also that the soldiers identity was unknown.
At first, I thought nothing of this, and then after turning the page I realized the difference the color really can make. Molly Bang states, “Because in this picture the purple implies nighttime, or the approach of night, and night feels scarier to us than day because we see well during the day and poorly at night.” This made a lot of sense to me. At first I thought the white depicted the picture well and then seeing the purple I truly saw the difference it could make. While the white backgrounded picture is still intimidating the purple background is even more so.
On 9/11/2001, tragedy once again stuck America, when two passenger jets crashed into the twin tower. Both attacks still are major tradies that America will always carry in her history. One reason why the events of Pearl Harbor and 9/11 can be likened to one another is by the speeches both
First, the black and white picture makes an appeal to emotion. The monochromatic colors help to evoke a nostalgic and sentimental feeling while also giving it a sense of timelessness. That probably explains why this photo still persists in people’s memories after so many passing years. Furthermore, the placement of the soldiers and flag in the middle create a central focal point for the viewers. The eyes are following the straight pole of the flag downward into the ground and from there the rubble surrounding the scene become much more noticeable while also indicating the devastation of the battle.
On what was expected to be another day for every American became a burning memory in both Americans and America’s history. September 11, 2001 was the day where fear shook America into recklessly declaring war on terror against Iraq. At 8:46 am, the North Tower of the World Trade Center is interrupted by the American Airline Flight 11 by Mohammed Atta and the hijackers (History); seventeen long minutes later, the South Tower of the World Trade Center is also interrupted by the United Airlines Flight 175 by the other hijackers (History). In order to fight for the endangerment of America’s freedom was being attacked, President George Bush and the Bush Administration contrustred an aggressive invasion in the Middle East. In response to this, George
9/11 Attacks Impacts Throughout Times On September 11, 2001, Arab terrorists crashed into the World Trade Center, killing hundreds of Americans and causing widespread panic in the U.S. The 9/11 incident has dramatically altered the course of society through its integrity and stability with a haze of everlasting paranoia of Middle Easterners and the oncourse of foreign policies. Such haze has conjured an ensemble of unity within international politics. Ever since 9/11, xenophobia against the Middle Eastern community has persisted and stirred among the U.S. in various forms.
A day forever remembered in United States history is September 11, 2001. Not only did the event that occurred on this day effect the loved ones of many, it touched every U.S citizen. The event of 9/11 has gone down as one of the most tragic and influential events in all of history. There were many causes that led to this disaster and you mustn’t forget the effects it left on America. You may be unaware of how far the event goes back in history, with causes dating back to the 1980’s.
It was a crisp fall day, not too cold, not too hot. It was September 11, 2001. The bright morning sun lit a cloudless blue sky, and birds chirped sweetly in their own beautiful way. All this changed in an instant. On this horrific day in history, thousands of innocent people lost their lives.
It is almost sixteen years since that fear was imposed on us and the age of terror began in earnest. From the moment the Twin Towers fell, 9/11 was seen as a watershed, a historical turning point of grand and irreversible proportions. With the acrid smoke still swirling above ground zero, the mantras repeated constantly were that 9/11 had ?changed everything that nothing would ever be the same.? By now we see those mantras for what they were: natural, perhaps inevitable, exaggerations in the face of
I did not want to cause fear and panic, but to let people know how dreadful it is and so to stimulate people’s powers of resistance.” (Brainyquote, 2016). The contrast of the white masks against the darkness of the figures and background depict wraithlike and eerie qualities, making the figures look faceless and ghostlike. The lack of colour in this artwork proves a point by being predominantly black, representing evil and death and with white representing bones. The stark white masks and parts of the clothing portray that of bones and skeletons.
There is a combination of colour and black and white images which feature rapidly throughout the film (Hersey, 2002). The colour images which represent a perfectly normal and happier environment rapidly move to black and white, which is usually associated to threating events, highlighting the bleakness of the expected outcome of the scene (lburgess3, 2013 and Natural Born Killers, 1994). There is animalistic reference with the rattle snake symbolising poison and death and the wolf symbolising the hunt for prey, both symbolising the outcomes of the subjects within the scene. There is also a man holding a newspaper with the headline “666 Death” before he dissolves away from the scene and for most of the scene being black and white because of the murders that are committed by Mickey and Mallory. The end of the scene is in colour with the pair celebrating their victory in dance and a projector displaying fireworks in the background
The composition and the framing of the pictures are all exactly the same – what changes is the idea that they represent. The first image, for example, portrays an adult dressed in the robe of a Catholic cardinal, while an almost totally naked child hangs on his back. In the second image, a man dressed in what appear to be very colorful tourist’s clothes, whit a camera hanging from his wrists, stands as a cross to a girl with long straight hair and a purple skirt. The third image shows a young girl fully covered in black clothes as she hangs on the back of a soldier. In this third image, a weapon is also placed on the wall on the left of the soldier’s body.